Shi Shang Lao – Cool Conveyor Belt Hot Pot Restaurant In Singapore

12 October

Let’s face it, we know that the most exciting thing about a sushi restaurant is their sushi conveyor belt. It’s just so fun and exciting to watch those colourful plates of sushi roll past us one by one, allowing us to take our time to chose what we want. The thrill lies in never knowing for sure what comes next....

The Naughty Chef – A Gem In Tanah Merah With Affordable Italian Fare

10 October

There are plenty of Italian restaurants in Singapore but to find one to dine at without having to bleed your wallet dry is a bit of a challenge—not counting fast food pasta and pizza of course. If you are hankering for some hearty Italian fare but restrained by a budget, we have found a casual spot with prices for mains starting...

New Taiwanese Hawker Stall Opened By Chen Shucheng And Ex-Hyatt Hotel Chef

9 October

Love Taiwanese food? So do we. So you could imagine our excitement when we found out that the famous MediaCorp actor Chen Shucheng has opened a hawker stall in Ang Mo Kio selling Taiwanese eats with a modern twist at affordable prices. Together with local veteran chef Austen Ong, an ex-Chef de Cuisine of Grand Hyatt Singapore, they created The...

Capital 21 – JB’s Newest Mall With The World’s 5th Largest Indoor Theme Park

9 October

There is no denying it—Johor Bahru is every Singaporean’s go-to if one seeks endless fun, delicious and plentiful food and cheap thrills without spending a fortune. Yes, many of us would have either heard of or been to Paradigm Mall which contains a huge ice-skating rink and KSL mall where all the affordable services are, and while those malls are already...

Joyden Canton Kitchen — Unlimited Dim Sum At Only S$22.80 Per Adult In Orchard Road

8 October

Have you been craving dim sum? If you have, we have some great news for you: Joyden Caton Kitchen located in Orchard Road is having a sensational daily dim sum lunch at an insanely affordable price of just S$22.80 per adult! That’s right, unlimited portions of dim sum that come in all shapes, sizes, textures and taste without having to think...

10 Places In Singapore To Indulge In Taiwanese Street Food

6 October

To most, Taiwan is known as the land of night markets, deep-fried goodies and shopping districts. Boasting such a vast selection of edible delights to feast on, it’s definitely hard to cope with the nagging cravings. Should you find yourself missing any one of their iconic street snacks, here’s a list of 10 places in Singapore to indulge in Taiwanese...

Yummy Noodle House – Does It Live Up To Its Name?

5 October

Many people are under the misconception that Sembawang Hills Food Centre is located in Sembawang. In actual fact, it is located in Upper Thompson Road and is home to plenty of hidden hawker gems. One of these would be Yummy Noodle House, which serves a number of classic Singaporean noodles dishes that are great for when those noodle cravings kick in....

The Burning Oak—Donburi & Melt-In-Your-Mouth Pork Cheeks To-Die-For

3 October

Despite its rather out-of-the-way location, The Bedok Marketplace remains a hotspot in the East for foodies to indulge in tasty gourmet grub without worrying about the hefty price tag. Undeniably one of the most popular stalls in this hipster food court is The Burning Oak, which serves up a range of Japanese donburis, with the wagyu beef bowl and the pork cheek...

Jing Ji Fishball Noodle – A Gem In Upper Thomson That Still Sells Noodles For S$3!

2 October

Over the past 20 odd years, Sembawang Hills Food Centre has seen its fair share of hawker vendors who have come and left. There really is no room for the mediocre given its small size, as occupying it, are a slew of veteran stallholders that present their craft exceptionally well. One such stall that has stood the test of time,...

5 Places In Singapore That Still Sell Nostalgia In The Form Of Snacks

29 September

If you were born in the 80s or 90s, then you’d probably be familiar with things such as ice gem biscuits, white rabbit candies as well as dozens of other treats that are considered iconic nowadays. When we were young, the largest debate was whether the wrapper of the white rabbit sweet was edible—something unheard of amongst children that are...